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moonharvester

Is it safe to move greenhouse grown mature plant with shovel to a pot ?

Hey Im curious if it is too late the plants are around 1 or under 1 m. I was thinking of digging them up to a pot and re-potting them outside at sunny place.

What are you guys thinking is it too late?

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Greetings @moonharvester Only if the plant is in veg and is not an auto and there are no signs of flowering. if you do this in flower there are very high risks of shock, stress leading to hermaphrodite flowers, premature buds, small buds, rot etc, those are typical side effects.

 

But if its in veg your in luck :yep:

 

:bong:

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On 7/10/2021 at 9:16 PM, SubSpecies said:

Greetings @moonharvester Only if the plant is in veg and is not an auto and there are no signs of flowering. if you do this in flower there are very high risks of shock, stress leading to hermaphrodite flowers, premature buds, small buds, rot etc, those are typical side effects.

 

But if its in veg your in luck :yep:

 

:bong:

flowering starts right after solstice right? so it must be already flowering right?

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Photoperiod plants flower after solstice, usually from August onwards, Auto plants usually flower 3 to 8 weeks automatically regardless of solstice, if your seed sprouted over 8 weeks ago i'd say your go to do it.
Do you know what strain it is? Would really help :bong:

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